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On the technology side, the new A3 features the company's Direct Shift Gearbox or DSG. Put simply, there are two concentric input shafts and twin clutches. While one gear is selected, the mechanism has the next gear ready to engage within 0.2 seconds, for manual-like performance of this automatic transmission.

Just let me talk to a person.

I’ve discovered that there are more people like me in the world. Impatient with menu systems that make me punch buttons for what seems like an eternity. Frustrated by the inability to actually get a person on the phone I start pushing buttons at random hoping to stumble into a path to a person. Some enterprising folks have collected secret backdoors into human contact at major companies and posted them. Called Find-a-human, the current list is sure to be fixed” by the companies. But in the meantime, I can blissfully get past the gatekeeper to the information I need.

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The principles inherent in IVR and the problems with IVR can be applied to consumer audio products too. Instead of using multiple prompts to confirm a deletion, why not lock the device against deletion permitting the consumer to unlock it and then delete without additional prompts? Instead of using a passcode that too many people forget, why not employ some low cost biometrics to unlock secure devices? Or how about some simple frequency analysis of speech to verify the owner?

Audio is a fundamental part of consumer devices. How we engineer audio interactions will determine if consumers throw their devices against the wall in abject frustration, or pamper them as indispensable tools.

MENLO PARK, CALIF. – The PMC-1OOBT board from the Modular I/Ooperation of SBS Technologies Inc. is a 10/100-Mbit/second Fast Ethernetcontroller in a single-width PMC form factor.

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Based on the Intel 82559ER controller chip, the board deliversback-to-back transmissions with minimum interface latency by means of twolarge transmit and receive FIFOs,” said David Greig, vice president of SBSTechnologies' Computer Group. While there is a growing trend toward fasternetwork architectures such as Gigabit Ethernet,” he said, there is still alarge demand for 10/100 Base Tx interfaces, which are more widely usedtoday.”

The PMC-IOOBT PMC mezzanine board provides IEEE-802.3 autonegotiationsupport and, said Greig, it includes a number of sophisticated features suchas Manchester encoding/decoding for l0 Base Tx” and 4B/5B encoding/decoding,as well as scrambling and descrambling for 100 Base Tx. Ethernet signals arebrought off the board either through a front-panel RJ45 connector or throughthe P4 connector to a host board.

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The board is available immediately for $330. Drivers for Windows NT 4.0 andVxWorks 5.3/5.4 are available.

CALL (650) 327-1200sbs-mio.comEETInfo No. 606

The Hudson, Mass., contract electronics manufacturer earned $5.1 million, or 33 cents per share, in the three months ended Dec. 31, up from $580,000, or 4 cents per share, in the fourth quarter of 1998. Revenue rose to $212.7 million, up 51%, from $140.9 million, in the year-ago quarter.

During the year, ACT merged with CMC Industries Inc, another mid-tier player giving it a strategic presence in Santa Clara, Calif., a manufacturing plant in Corinth, Miss., and a low-cost plant in Hermosillo, Mexico. ACT also expanded its radio-frequency technology capabilities with the acquisition of some assets of GSS/Array Technologies Inc., San Jose.

This past year has been a significant year in our company's history,” said John Pino, ACT chairman and chief executive, in a statement. The integration of CMC and the assimilation of GSS/Array has largely been completed.”

ACT's gross profit margin improved during the quarter to 8.5%, from 7% in the comparable quarter of 1998. Fiscal 1999 income more than doubled to $6.2 million, or 47 cents per share, up 101.6% from $3.1 million, or 24 cents a share, in 1998, while revenue climbed to $696.3 million, from $592.5 million.

The company said it expects to seek future acquisition opportunities aided by an equity offering completed last year. Our goal is to continue to expand our capabilities and global footprint,” Pino said.

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